Former Continental Design employee files lawsuit alleging religious discrimination - 2017-01-23

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F0.png Former Continental Design employee files lawsuit alleging religious discrimination January 23, 2017, Stuart Hirsch, Herald Bulletin

A local businesswoman is under fire for alleged religious discrimination and unlawful retaliation, wrongful discharge, and breach of contract in her dealings with two former employees.

Those allegations are the basis of a lawsuit filed against Judy Nagengast last week in the Darke County (Ohio) Court of Common Pleas Civil Division by Paul and Chelsea Wysong, of Palestine, Ohio.

Nagengast is the president and chief executive officer of Anderson-based Continental Design Co. Inc., which operates several business divisions including staffing, quality control, and specialty LED lighting.


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